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Pavestone donates wall for grill at Tiger Stadium
The recently completed Tiger Stadium at Cape Girardeau Central High School is the beneficiary of a new outdoor island and grill, thanks to the generosity of Rex Livingston, general manager of Pavestone of Scott City. Pictured is Livingston, left, with Amy McDonald, director of Cape Girardeau Public School Foundation, next to the grill. The project required five pallets of rumble-wall.
"We really appreciate Rex's generosity and how he is always willing to help the district, foundation and community," McDonald said. "He not only donated for this project but also for the Foundation's annual dinner auction."
McDonald said the Cape Central All-School Booster Club also contributed to the project valued at $10,000.